abbuide

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x see apuide.

abbuig

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x see apaig.

abcán

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n (abacc) little dwarf: is imtherc / cos int abcan oc im- thecht, LU 1028 (ACC) = abcain, RC xx 274 § 100 . abhcánsa 'I am a dwarf' Ériu xxxii 60 . As n.pr. curach . . . Abcain eigis, Dinds. 81 ( RC xvi 31 ).

abcóit(e)

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n etc. m. (Engl. or Rom. loanword). advocate : aduocatus .i. abhcoide (abhcoidí, MS.), Ir. Gl. 432 . an tadhbh- coide . . . an Sbiorad naomh, Luc. Fid. 366.3 . an t-ad- uocáid . . . as mó éolus san dligheadh, Mac Aingil 4715 . mar abhcoid ┐ mar meidium adrainn ┐ in tAthair, Smaointe B. Chr. 2165 . bí at adhbhacóide thairisi damh, ITS xxix 208.22 . co faca a vvhcoittech (for abh-) adochum, Aisl. Tund. 106 § 5 . ar n-abhacóideach Muire, TSh. 33 . abhcóidigh oile nó patrún, Desid. 4084 . tráchtadh . . . ar ár n-adhbhcóidioch . . . .i. Muire, Párl. na mB. 4011 . Muire na habhcóididh edrain ┐ Críosd, O'Hussey T.C. 118.11 . an tí bhias 'na bhreithemh agud, atá anois 'na adhbhacōididh agad, Mac Aingil 1508 . fuair compánach an aduocáid bás . . . do iafruidh an t-aduocáid dhe . . ., Mac Aingil 3916 .

abcóitecht

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Forms: adbacóitecht

n ā, f. (abcóite). Also adbacóitecht. advocacy: breitheamhnas, adhbhacōideachd, Mac Aingil 1772 . do dhol ar deis th'Athar d'abhcōideachd ar mo shon, 644 . ag dis- pōirecht ┐ apcōideacht, Fl. Earls 216.24 .

abcolips

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Forms: a.

n (Lat. loanword) apocalypse: a.¤ (abcoilps, v.l.), Trip. 406.15 . ( Thes. ii 314.25 ). i n-abculips na rūn, RC xxxvii 346 § 28 . amal démniges Eoin . . . isind a.¤ , PH 5198 .

abdaine

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x see apdaine.

Abhguisd

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x see Auguist.

abis

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x see aibis.

Abisolón

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x see Absolón.

1 ablach

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adj o, ā (aball) having apple-trees: lis a.¤ crandcaem, Acall. 2738 v.l. Usually in Emain A.¤ , a legendary island, equated by Chotzen, ÉC iv 255 ff. , with Avalon; see also under Emain. i mbrugh Eamhna abhlaighe (:thairrngire), DDána 120.25 . As n. pr. mad cuablaich (mocuablaigh, v.l.) a.¤ arann /mad comuirgil / muirgel manand, IT iii 34.5 (Meyer, Primer of Ir. Metrics 16.12 ). ?romarbsat i cath abla a.¤ lugach is ler . . ., LL 204b38 . A.¤ ingen Domnaill, LL 17270 . As n loc. Ablach Owley , Hog. Onom.